The 4th annual Fuel Choices and Smart Mobility Summit will be held in Tel Aviv, Israel on November 2-3, 2016. Focusing on innovation in fuels, as well as in vehicles and transportation systems, the two-day summit will feature interviews, panel discussions, case studies and brainstorming sessions with the world’s most distinguished decision makers and business leaders in the field, as well as exhibitions, B2B and networking opportunities, and a special gala dinner hosted by Prime Minister Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu in which he will award the 2016 Samson Prime Minister’s Prize for a major breakthrough in the field of alternative fuels for transportation.
This year’s summit will feature a special symposium on automotive fuel cell technologies including hydrogen generation and storage. The aim of the symposium is to discuss both political and technological aspects around the implementation of Fuel Cell technologies. The dedicated panels will focus on issues such as regional drivers, world trends and outlook for the automotive industry regarding fuel cells and hydrogen fuels; technical aspects of refueling infrastructure, standardization and supporting policies; and the latest breakthrough technologies in the field. The Symposium will bring together top researchers, government officials, leading organizations, policymakers, companies and innovators from across the world.
The summit is part of Israel’s expanded efforts to reduce global oil dependence in transportation.
For more information about the Fuel Choices Summit, please visit www.fuelchoicessummit.com.